Those without a past have no future. IEM has both. A history of powerful innovation going back more than forty years means a lot of past. A multitude of machinery and systems for a broad range of industries has been developed in that time.
The know-how and comprehensive skill gained thereby are now the fertile soil upon which we are growing and expanding for the future.
2014 - New Leadership
The Schneider family sold the company to CGR Management, who is leading it to a successful future under the direction of CEO Walter Sauter.
2009 - 40 Years
The company is now 40 years old and boasts 160 employees, and the success story continues!
2005 - ISO 9001
IEM maintains ISO 9001 certification
2000 - Production Workflow
Reorganization of the production workflow to expand the production site.
1998 - Merger
IEM will be reorganized. All operations will be integrated into the headquarters in Kastl.
1995 - Lucotechnik
Acquisition of LUCO production range, Ortenberg, and opening of an office in Büdingen. Acquisition of Lucotechnik.
1990 - Inauguration
A dedication ceremony was held to inaugurate the new administration building and the fourth production hall in the presence of the Bavarian Minister of Economic Affairs August Lang.
1990 - IEM Wurgwitz
Foundation of IEM Fördertechnik Wurgwitz GmbH & Co. Beginning of operations with 5 people in Wurgwitz.
1989 - New Building
The company how employs 120, making it necessary to expand Hall IV and erect a new administration building.
1983 - 3rd Hall
In 1983 the continuous growth and 80 employees made it necessary to expand the plant to 5,000 m².
1978 - 2nd Hall
In 1978 the company was bursting at the seams with 50 employees. The plant was therefore enlarged to 3,500 m².
1974 - Relocation
After acquiring a suitable premises covering 20,000 m² in Kastl bei Kemnath, the company and its 16 employees celebrated the completion in 1974 of the 1,350 m² factory in Kastl.
1969 - Foundation
In 1969 Diplom-Ingenieur (FH) ReinhoId Schneider launched IEM in Weiden with four employees. Back then the plant was in Pressath.